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Mass Save® Announces 2017 Rebates

The Mass Save® program work with your utility companies to provide rebates and 0% financing for energy-efficient comfort systems.  Nashoba Air & BoilerWorks can help you with the necessary paperwork and will advise you on the systems best suited to your family...
Protect Your HVAC Units from Snow and Ice This Winter

Protect Your HVAC Units from Snow and Ice This Winter

Snow and Ice are the enemies of outdoor heating and air conditioning units. We have endured some very brutal winters in past years and who knows what the remaining winter months of 2017 will bring? Whether it’s getting snow off the roof or clearing vents that can...
Tips to Extend the Life of Your HVAC System

Tips to Extend the Life of Your HVAC System

Due to recent advancements in technology, HVAC systems are now lasting much longer. However, homeowners should still have regular maintenance to ensure the HVAC unit is working at maximum capacity. Replace the Air Filter One of the most effective methods of keeping...
Types of Thermostats on the Market

Types of Thermostats on the Market

As technology advances, new thermostats are constantly hitting the market, from Wi-Fi Thermostats to Touch Screen Thermostats. Of course, there are always the standard products which are just as reliable and easy to use. What Exactly is a Thermostat? A thermostat is a...
Does My AC Unit Really Need Maintenance

Does My AC Unit Really Need Maintenance

While you may believe your AC unit is functioning properly, it is still best to have it cleaned and inspected once per year. Having your air conditioner cleaned and inspected in the spring will ensure it’s operating at full capacity and ready to go during those humid...

How Long Should My Air Conditioning System Run?

In the warm, summer months your central AC system is running constantly. Since it’s much warmer outside, it’s perfectly normal for a central air conditioner to run without cycling on and off. It’s not particularly negative for an AC unit to run with fewer cycles....